by Sherri Naegle on
Ok, now I feel jipped because at the top of this page it says you are supposed to get in free within 7 days of your birthday... and I was definitely there within 7 days of mine! Oh well. Now I know I should always check rateclub first. I think this is a really cool concept, but for some reason I had higher expectations. I felt like there wasn't that much to see besides the aquarium... they wouldn't let us in the rainforest area, which I had been looking forward to because a friend told me he went inside at a previous Nightlife. My biggest complaint is that they end so early-- we were coming from kind of far away, so we didn't get to spend that much time here. They should really stay open later like at least til midnight!
by Jimmy Snuka f. on
I remember walking by this place before its opening and thought "wow, looks like a vegas style restaurant on the Blvd..... I wonder if itll be a club too..." So I went to this place last week and wasnt too impressed. Food: Sushi was good. Average roll was $15 Venue: Gorgeous Atmospehere: Girls - the glamourous bottle service hopping type. Guys - the not knowing Ed Hardy was in 2 years ago type. Rooftop - wasnt open that night. Nightclub - First off, just like the other rateclubs reviews, you will need to spend around $60 EACH PERSON during dinner to get into the club. Youd figure for a really beautiful restaurant they would of had some sort of taste for its nightclub, WRONG!!! The place looked like an 18+ nightclub redone 5 times. The dancers didnt help at all either, they both looked like raver girls in the fluffy raver boots. The lay out has potential. All they have to do is strip the decour in that room and start all over with Classy, Chic, Seductive, Sexy. The places screamed :Gentlemen's club when walking down there. PROS: Food, the cool bartender that made our group a new shot he created, and the nightclub's soundsystem (which I saw 4 drinks rumble off the ledge of a table)